Schoolchildren in Pakistan and India want to give peace a chance.
Why should the minorities alone celebrate Aug 11 with reference to the Quaid’s speech?
No system can realise its potential if it is as frequently disrupted as has happened in Pakistan.
The guessing game became livelier when the court started hearings on the JIT report.
It is time serious students of politics pondered the state’s distaste for democratic practices.
How far have we respected Jinnah’s ideal of friendship with all and malice towards none?
Citizens see in the services’ corruption proof that the state thrives by looting what belongs to the people.
July 5 marks the 40th anniversary of the 1977 military coup which brought General Ziaul Haq into power.
The key to sportsmanship is treatment of sport as an essential cultural diversion.
Efforts to trifle with the independent status of the NCHR smack of mala fide intentions.
Mazhar Ali Khan’s career shows how literary and journalistic talent was suppressed by authoritarian rulers.
The KP and Sindh laws for senior citizens are hardly being implemented.
Those affected by foreign-backed projects are compensated quite generously.
As the fate of Fata continues to hang in the balance, this splendid work of research may help explain the causes of the
To what extent has the people’s interest determined the government’s priorities?
Secular-minded observers and activists are full of foreboding about the future of the Indian polity.
The media must avoid labelling individuals as terrorists or traitors before they are found guilty by a court.
Everybody is demanding punishment for those who have not yet been found guilty.
An informed Pakistani would have thought he or she was reading a report about a country other than Pakistan.
The brutal murder of a student in Mardan raises the question of who is actually responsible